When developer Triple Five bought a slice of the Strip last decade, just before the economy crashed, it paid a sum that landowners could only dream of today. And now, that’s exactly what it’s shooting for.
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Water could flow by March 2018 to Faraday Future and other tenants that might someday move into the Apex Industrial Complex.
Plans for a new theme park where thrill-seekers can zip through the air, over land and across water received Clark County support Wednesday.
A boom in e-commerce and a competitive advantage to California is helping to put Southern Nevada on the map for Amazon-type warehouses and distribution centers.
Developers proposing a 65,000-seat, $1.9 billion domed football stadium have said they want to move the process along quickly, now that they’ve agreed on prospective sites.
The top executive of the Alon resort project on the Strip says the company has further slowed its development pace and that Australian billionaire James Packer’s sale of Crown Gaming shares won’t affect the Las Vegas project.
State Treasurer Dan Schwartz has submitted a bill draft for consideration by the 2017 Legislature to eliminate the modified business and commerce taxes and replace them with a corporate income tax.
Startup activity in Las Vegas jumped from 72.7 percent in 2014 to 77.4 percent in 2015, according to the The Kauffman Foundation, which released its analysis on startup activity by metro area and state Tuesday.
Cracker Barrel will expand its Southern Nevada presence with a North Las Vegas debut in mid- to late- October, according to company spokeswoman Breeanna Straessle.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid voiced support Tuesday for a proposed domed football stadium that could bring the NFL’s Oakland Raiders to Las Vegas, but he deferred to local and state officials when asked about the project’s financing.